Our research seeks to address outstanding problems in semiconductor science and technology. To this end our group pursues investigations in the areas of photovoltaic materials, 2D semiconductors, and bandgap engineering of novel III-V and II-VI semiconductor materials. Our efforts combine both materials synthesis and characterization, applying advanced growth and processing methods in combination with a broad suite of materials analysis techniques.
Current Research Activities
- Novel transparent conductive oxides (in collaboration with the Solar Energy Materials Research Group at LBNL)
- Synthesis and characterization of novel III-V highly mismatched alloys
- Optical properties of layered chalcogenides (e.g GaTe)
- Graphene growth on metal substrates
Read about our latest work on bandgap engineering of II-oxide alloys, published recently in Applied Physics Letters: "Crystal structure and properties of CdxZn1−xO alloys across the full composition range."
For a complete list please visit the publications page.